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James Spencer extends furniture portfolio

James Spencer : 06 June, 2007  (New Product)
James Spencer has extended the company's specialist furniture and associated equipment product ranges with new bariatric options.
The company's extensive products portfolio now includes ranges of chairs, recliners, tables, leg rests, commodes and toilet aids, portering chairs, walking aids and wheelchairs, beds and bed accessories, general ward equipment and office furniture, cabinets and trolleys, and bath and shower equipment.

James Spencer specialises in the manufacture of strong furniture for use in challenging behaviour environments, for users facing mobility, disability and mental health issues and for people of bariatric proportions.

New rise/reclining chairs have now been added to the bariatric range, while a new re-hab products brochure has been launched, featuring an array of commodities and targeting hospital trusts, community loan stores, occupational therapists, wheelchair service centres and The British Red Cross.

James Spencer's best selling Pentire range of hospital bedside chairs has also been enhanced with a new pressure-relieving chair, while the popular Singleton range of reclining mobile day chairs has been upgraded to meet modern day requirements.

Entry level models on both these ranges are in big demand on price.

James Spencer's chairman, Richard Spencer explains: 'Our healthcare furniture products are purpose designed for their durability, with many independently tested to carry up to 100 stones in weight'.

'Other features include replacement upholstery, allowing products to be used time and time again and providing major cost saving and environmental benefits'.

In addition, health and safety issues are key to our philosophy'.

'For example, most of our furniture ranges come with hygiene gaps, which allows thorough cleaning to reduce cross-infection'.

'Fabrics are waterproof, stain resistant and anti-fungal'.

'Many products also have inbuilt 'housekeeping' wheels, so they can be wheeled to different locations, eliminating the need for lifting and potential back strain'.

Established in 1948 and based in Wilsden, near Bradford, West Yorkshire, James Spencer remains an independent, family owned business.

James Spencer's customers in the healthcare sector include NHS Trusts, hospitals, BUPA, local authorities, housing associations, nursing and residential homes.

The company holds BS EN ISO 9001 quality accreditation.
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